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help stop child slavery and labor

" Slavery, after all these centuries, is still with us," says John R. Miller, of the US Department of State's ambassador-at-large on international slavery.
Slavery is illegal.
Organized - crime roups are responsible for much of today's human trafficking.
The United Nation's LIO organization estimates about 12.5 million people today work as slaves.

1. Most children need to work off the debts that parents have made.

2. Slavery is illegal and and so are child workshops

3. The children have done nothing wrong, but they still have to endure with physical and mental abuse; for many sexually abused as well

4. Children that end in factories and workshops become illiterate and can not seek for themselve a 'way out'.